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Potters Go For Redheads by Midnight Storm

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 10 Reviews
Summary: Lily and James watch from up above as their son finally shows his true feelings for a certain redhead.

All Right, Evans? by anglophile

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 270 Reviews
Summary: Everyone knows the story after that Halloween night that Harry Potter became an orphan... but what about before? James Potter and Lily Evans are two young people with an extroadinary story of bravery, friendship, and love. Join them throughout their seven years at Hogwarts and see how the past affects the future.

Red by rockinfaerie

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 110 Reviews
Summary: James Potter's once privileged and sheltered life alters dramatically as Lord Voldemort increases his stronghold on Great Britain. While a rational but brilliant Transfiguration teacher, a grieving socialite mother, a star-gazing, forest-dwelling centaur, and a host of other characters contemplate the vicious and constant conflict between Good and Evil, James embarks on a dangerous life fuelled by passion, love, anger and blood...

Things can only get redder.

Chapter 20 is up, and it's been nominated for the Quicksilver Quills!

First Kiss by PadfootBaby

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 64 Reviews
Summary: James Potter had always secretly loved Lily Evans, from the very first day he met her. But she has shown him nothing on her part but contempt. She calls him arrogant, cruel... Then one night everything changes. James asks Lily to go with him to the Yule Ball at Hogwarts, and to the surprise of both she accepts, telling him, "Not that this is anything permanent." But the magic of Christmas Eve brings with it a few surprises of its own...

This fic shows what brought these two very different people together, who built a life with each other and who, in the end, unknowingly helped determine the fate of the entire Wizarding world.